Indian general election, 2009 (Uttar Pradesh)

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Indian general election in Uttar Pradesh, 2009
India
2004 ←
April–May 2009 → 2014

80 seats
  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader Mulayam Singh Yadav Sonia Gandhi (INC) Mayawati (BSP)
Party SP UPA TF
Seats won 23 21 20

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Uttar Pradesh

The Indian general election, 2009 in Uttar Pradesh were held for 80 seats with the state going to polls across all the five phases of the general elections. The major contenders in the state were the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), Indian National Congress, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and the Fourth Front. NDA consisted of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Lok Dal whereas the fourth front was constituted of the Samajwadi Party (SP), Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and Lok Janshakti Party (LJP).

After counting on May 16, 2009, to everyone's surprise, national parties, Indian National Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party, did extremely well, while regional parties, Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party, did worse than expected. The results showed a split between SP, BSP and INC, leading each of them winning a fair share of seats in the state. The campaigning by Rahul Gandhi proved to be very effective and his decision for Indian National Congress, to go alone in Uttar Pradesh, worked in their favor, since they ended up picking up 21 seats.

After the election, the success of the Bharatiya Janata Party, according UP BJP leader was, the split of the Muslim votes away from SP to Congress, due to Kalyan Singh supporting the SP and the division of Dalit votes between BSP and Congress, led to success for BJP and its ally Rashtriya Lok Dal.[citation needed] This split also benefited Congress, since they were able bag many seats, that are usually won by either SP or BSP.

Voting and results[edit]

Source: Election Commission of India[1]

Results by alliance[edit]

UPA SEATS NDA SEATS TF+ SEATS Fourth Front SEATS Others SEATS
INC 21 BJP 10 BSP 20 SP 23 IND 1
RLD 5
TOTAL (2009) 26 TOTAL (2009) 10 TOTAL (2009) 20 TOTAL (2009) 23 TOTAL (2009) 1
TOTAL (2004) 9 TOTAL (2004) 11 TOTAL (2004) 19* TOTAL (2004) 35* TOTAL (2004) 6
  • Since the Third and Fourth front did not exist in 2004, the results in 2004 represents seats won by BSP in Third Front and SP in Fourth Front.

List of elected MPs[edit]

Note that almost all the constituencies here were seriously overhauled after the delimitation commission. Hence the results for 2009 reflect a different demographic distribution. The winner from 2004 has been reported if the constituency name is the same, but this may reflect a completely different basket of districts.

Sources: Winner 2009 data (first 3 columns): ECI website; Winner 2004 data from 14th Lok Sabha page; sometimes these MPs may have been elected in a later by-election. Margin is from [1].

2004 Winner Notes: *R = resigned, *V = seat was vacant before elections (information on both of these points is incomplete). Resignations include

Constituency Winning Candidate Party 2004 winner Margin 09
Saharanpur Jagdish Singh Rana BSP Rasheed Masood (SP) 84873
Kairana Tabassum Begum BSP Anuradha Choudhary (RLD) 23429
Muzaffarnagar Kadir Rana BSP Munawwar Hasan (SP) *V 20598
Bijnor (SC) Sanjay Singh Chauhan RLD Munshiram Singh (RLD) 18142
Nagina (SC) Yashvir Singh SP new constituency 46585
Moradabad Mohammed Azharuddin INC Dr. Shafiqurrahman Barq (SP) *V 47454
Rampur Jaya Prada Nahata SP P. Jaya Prada Nahata (SP) 30931
Sambhal Shafiqur Rahman Barq BSP Prof. Ram Gopal Yadav (SP) *V 13464
Amroha Devendra Nagpal RLD Harish Nagpal (Ind) 92083
Meerut Rajendra Agarwal BJP Mohd. Shahid (BSP) * V 26877
Baghpat Ajit Singh RLD Ajit Singh (RLD) 63027
Ghaziabad Rajnath Singh BJP new constituency 90681
Gautam Buddh Nagar Surendra Singh Nagar BSP new constituency 20330
Bulandshahr (SC) Kamlesh[disambiguation needed] SP Kalyan Singh (BJP) 65717
Aligarh Raj Kumari Chauhan BSP Bijendra Singh (INC) 9145
Hathras (SC) Sarika Singh RLD Kishan Lal Diler (BJP) *V 36833
Mathura Jayant Chaudhary RLD Manvendra Singh (INC) 136193
Agra (SC) Dr. Ramshankar BJP Raj Babbar (SP) 17270
Fatehpur Sikri Seema Upadhyay BSP new constituency 6091
Firozabad Raj Babbar SP Ram Ji Lal Suman (SP) 67301
Mainpuri Mulayam Singh Yadav SP Mulayam Singh Yadav (SP) *R 164604
Etah Kalyan Singh R O Madholi Ind Ku. Devendra Singh Yadav (SP) *V 128268
Badaun Dharmendra Yadav SP Saleem Iqbal Shervani (SP) 32542
Aonla Menaka Gandhi BJP Kunwar Sarvraj Singh (JD-U) 7654
Bareilly Praveen Singh Aron INC Santosh Gangwar (BJP) 9338
Pilibhit Varun Gandhi BJP Maneka Gandhi (BJP) 281501
Shahjahanpur (SC) Mithlesh SP Kunwar Jitin Prasad (INC) 70579
Kheri Zafar Ali Naqvi INC Ravi Prakash Verma (SP) 8777
Dhaurahra Kunwar Jitin Prasad INC new constituency 184509
Sitapur Kaisar Jahan BSP Rajesh Verma (BSP) 19632
Hardoi Usha Verma SP Usha Verma (SP) 92935
Misrikh (SC) Ashok Kumar Rawat BSP Ashok Kumar Rawat (BSP) 23292
Unnao Annu Tandon INC Brajesh Pathak (BSP) *V 302076
Mohanlalganj (SC) Sushila Saroj SP Jai Prakash (SP) *V 76595
Lucknow Lalji Tandon BJP Atal Bihari Vajpayee (BJP) 40901
Rae Bareli Sonia Gandhi INC Sonia Gandhi (INC) 372165
Amethi Rahul Gandhi INC Rahul Gandhi (INC) 331910
Sultanpur Sanjay Singh INC Mohd. Tahir Khan (BSP) 98779
Pratapgarh Rajkumari Ratna Singh INC Akshay Pratap Singh "Gopal Ji" (SP) 17619
Farrukhabad Salman Khursheed INC Chandra Bhushan Singh (Munnoo Babu) (SP) 16347
Etawah (SC) Premdas SP Raghuraj Singh Shakya (SP) 44711
Kannauj Akhilesh Yadav SP Akhilesh Yadav (SP) 115864
Kanpur Sri Prakash Jaiswal INC Shriprakash Jaiswal (INC) 18906
Akbarpur Rajaram Pal INC Mayawati (BSP) *R 32043
Jalaun (SC) Ghansyam Anuragi SP Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma (BJP) 3607
Jhansi Pradeep Jain Aditya INC Chandrapal Singh Yadav (SP) 47670
Hamirpur Vijay Bahadur Singh BSP Rajnarayan alias Rajju Mahraj (SP) 25893
Banda R. K. Singh Patel SP Shyama Charan Gupta (SP) 34593
Fatehpur Rakesh Sachan SP Mahendra Prasad Nishad (BSP) 52228
Kaushambi (SC) Shailendra Kumar SP new constituency 28288
Phulpur Kapil Muni Karwariya BSP Ateeq Ahamad (SP) 14578
Allahabad Kunwar Rewati Raman Singh (alias Mani Ji) SP Kunwar Rewati Raman Singh urf Mani Ji (SP) 34920
Barabanki (SC) P.L.Punia INC Kamla Prasad (BSP) 167913
Faizabad Nirmal Khatri INC Mitrasen (BSP) 54228
Ambedkar Nagar Rakesh Pandey BSP new constituency 10124
Bahraich (SC) Kamal Kishor INC Rubab Sayda (SP) 38953
Kaiserganj Brijbhushan Sharan Singh SP Beni Prasad Verma (SP) 45974
Shrawasti Vinay Kumar alias Vinnu INC new constituency 42029
Gonda Beni Prasad Verma INC Kirti Vardhan Singh alias Raja Bhaiya (SP) 23675
Domariyaganj Jagdambika Pal INC new constituency 46871
Basti Arvind Kumar Chaudhary BSP Lal Mani Prasad (BSP) 105210
Sant Kabir Nagar Bhisma Shankar (alias Kushal Tiwari) BSP new constituency 25846
Maharajganj Harsh Vardhan INC Pankaj Choudhary (BJP) 123628
Gorakhpur Adityanath BJP Adityanath (BJP) 142433
Kushi Nagar Ku. Ratanjeet Pratap Narayan Singh INC new constituency 19153
Deoria Gorakh Prasad Jaiswal BSP Mohan Singh (SP) 28160
Bansgaon (SC) Kamlesh Paswan BJP Mahaveer Prasad (INC) 42239
Lalganj (SC) Dr. Baliram BSP Daroga Prasad Saroj (SP) 39948
Azamgarh Ramakant Yadav BJP Ramakant Yadav (BSP) 48494
Ghosi Dara Singh Chauhan BSP Chandradeo Prasad Rajbhar (SP) 42990
Salempur Ramashankar Rajbhar BSP Harikeval Prasad (SP) 28645
Ballia Neeraj Shekhar SP Neeraj Shekhar (SP) 72429
Jaunpur Dhananjay Singh BSP Parasnath Yadava (SP) 80351
Machhlishahr (SC) Tufani Saroj SP Umakant Yadav (BSP) 29019
Ghazipur Radhey Mohan Singh SP Afajal Ansari (SP) 69260
Chandauli Ramkishun SP Kailash Nath Singh Yadav (BSP) 2387
Varanasi Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi BJP Dr. Rajesh Kumar Mishra (INC) 17211
Bhadohi Gorakhnath BSP new constituency 12963
Mirzapur Bal Kumar Patel SP Narendra Kushwaha (BSP) *R 21504
Robertsganj (SC) Pakauri Lal SP Bhai Lal (BSP) 50259

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